Westworld star teases a "very different" Dolores in s2

Louise McCreesh
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From Digital Spy

Warning: This article contains some spoilers if you haven't watched season 1 of Westworld.

Evan Rachel Wood has promised a "completely different" Dolores in Westworld season 2.

The actress, who stars as the park's damsel-in-distress host, has promised fans will see an "unleashed" version of the character when the series returns to screens in 2018, after revealing a glimpse of a more ruthless side in that season finale.

"I'm really curious to see the unleashed version of her that we caught a glimpse of at the very end of the finale," she told EW.

"Those final seconds, I think we were seeing a completely different side to her, completely different programming and completely off of her leash, so I don't think she will be the same person; she'll be an evolved version."

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The tenth and final episode of series one saw Dr Ford (Anthony Hopkins) orchestrate his own death by manipulating Dolores (Evan Rachel Wood) into shooting him and a bunch of guests at Park One.

But what's in store for season two?

Well, the show will be ditching those deceptive multiple timelines for a start, as executive producer Lisa Joy has said the second season won't "repeat the same thing" this time around.

The series will also be promoting Louis Herthum (aka Dolores's dad) to season regular and may actually take place in a Samurai Park, although Ed Harris (the man in black) has since slammed that particular idea.

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Related: Is Anthony Hopkins returning to Westworld?

"It's Man in Black, not Man in a Samurai suit," he said. "Samurais don't wear hats."

Series creator Jonathan Nolan has also revealed writers had to change the plot for season 2 after some deceptively clever Reddit users rumbled it.

So you never know.

Westworld returns to HBO in 2018.

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